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King Richard's Faire takes place annually on eight weekends in September and October. The faire celebrates its 32nd year in 2013, offering 80-acres of fire eaters, jugglers, musicians, dancers, acrobats, jousters, craftsman shoppes, and period food and drink.
King Richard's Renaissance Faire coupons and deals can help visitors shave dollars off the admission price, and are available as printable coupons online through the faire's official website. Discounts are also available for groups.
|Offered by||King Richard's Faire|
|Location||235 Main Street, Carver, MA 02330|
|Features||Jousting, period food and drink, over 100 artisans, games, strolling performers|
|AAA discount?||Promo code AAA-SNE provides a $4 discount on online purchases|
About King Richard's Faire
King Richard's Faire takes place from early September through late October. Operating hours are from 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays, Sundays, and Labor Day and Columbus Day Mondays. The festival features eight stages, a mud pit, a tournament field, and foods that include turkey legs, stew and chowder, wine, and beer.
Admission is free for children under the age of four.
King Richard's Faire Coupons and Free Offers
- Visitors can follow the King Richard's Renaissance Faire on Twitter, or "Like" the faire on Facebook, and stay informed on the latest discount and promotional offers available.
- Printable coupons are available on the official King Richard's Renaissance Faire website. The offer is good for $2 off adult admission during the first weekend, and $1 off adult admission on Saturdays in September.
- Visitors can sign up for the faire's free mailing list, and receive all the latest faire updates and special offers by e-mail.
- Groups of 25 or more people can save $4 on adult admission tickets. Reservations must be made in advance to receive the discount.
- Discount coupons for the faire may be available through select media outlets in Massachusetts, including local newspapers and radio and television stations, as well as tourist magazines.
Visiting King Richard's Faire